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he had a gun with him at the time. and he never shared his impressions not his policy of having serbian investigators themselves are talking about the discovery even the president says your husband, mrs markovic, do you not also realise hello there. good morning. this is the briefing. of any of these statesmen with you? a greater serbia at any cost, of more than a thousand bodies he is ashamed of some of the things faces some of the most serious that he is regarded as evil by many, there's more spring sunshine i'm sally bundock. this is bbc news. that serbs have done. charges on the planet, do you not also realise our top story: the headlines: which is what shipped to serbia that he is regarded as evil by many, many people around the world, were you afraid that the west says about him? in refrigerated trucks from kosovo. who blame him for the trail of blood and more spring warmth on the way he would use it on himself? these are not bodies the charges of genocide. many people around the world, not even when he met clinton, you don't share his shame? that led across the balkans? at the signing that is how his policy why are there no members who blame him for the trail of blood as we head towards and he's quoted of the dayton agreement? was seen in the west, wasn't it? that go back a long way. the easter weekend. fighting the blaze and back under as saying things like, of the united nations that led across the balkans? the weekend just gone was quite firefighters say the main structure chilly, temperatures about 12. of notre dame cathedral has survived "you will think differently who are protesting at these charges, an easterly wind and the air coming control after a major fire at notre the massive fire that broke out. it of me after i'm gone." these are fresh bodies, there was no danger that victims of the war in kosovo, all the way from the baltic. whose existence was meant no members of the security council, but look what happens is one of the world's best loved he was going to commit suicide? to be covered up. did he always believe these are being investigated now, russia is not protesting, over the next few days. dame cathedral. one firefighter was landmarks. the wooden roof has been but he started off by supporting nobody is protesting a lot of that blue, colder air gets that it was possible to make a deal radovan karadzic that he is held illegally? with western countries, pushed away and it really heats up only you and your husband. destroyed but officials say many and ratko mladic, didn't he? across central parts of europe injured. a rtefa cts destroyed but officials say many artefacts have been rescued. and that is where we are going these are the first pictures from inside the cathedral — how much did you influence and avoid the bombing of yugoslavia? he supported it by serbian investigators. to get our weather coming from. firefighters say the blaze could be your husband politically? and he helped them with funds. it looks as if the damage is not as bad as first feared. linked to ongoing restoration work. he's admitted to that. these are the first pictures but firefighters of the devastation inside where couldn't save the spire — thousands watched it collapse officials are trying to establish the severity of the damage so why are mass graves to the structure and its contents. turning up in batajnica, president emmanuel macro a suburb of belgrade, are you not aware of that? onto the wooden roof. has pledged to rebuild it of petrovo selo in eastern serbia? seeking international help. dusan mitevic said that people who have seen the pictures despite major efforts if this is all manufactured, of the forced deportations, to fight the fire, you were the one with ambition, why are these graves of the mass murders and the rapes. we will be developing this parisians raise each people were left shocked turning up here now? south—easterly breeze and it will be others spirits, the moment the spire collapsed. you inspired him, he only wanted mrs markovic, these as one donor offers 100 million it's feared the rose windows to be great in your eyes — the serbian prime minister, these people are not warming up everywhere. mrs markovic, says that you too going to believe what you say. euros to president macron‘s plans have been destroyed along with some is that true? do you believe he will come home are vital questions. are under investigation, from the hague one day? paintings and other artefacts, so, why did he fall out and it is possible that you may be although many, including a crown arrested at some point. it's not true at all? with karadzic and mladic? of thorns and a medieval why did he stop supporting them? even the president says royal tunic, are safe. he is ashamed of some of the things that serbs have done. you don't share his shame? mid—20s perhaps by saturday. what would you say to that? why not? on monday, in the sunshine, it felt pleasant enough. we had temperatures here in london of 15 degrees. likewise in liverpool, merseyside. we've also had this cloud coming
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now on bbc news, mira markovic, no, but these are friends. mrs markovic, what do you say to those people in very slowly from the west which has been bringing with it the wife of former yugoslav leader who don't accept your truth? patchy rain and drizzle. earlier on it was quite windy slobodan milosevic, as well in northern ireland has died in russia at the age of 76. who look at the trail and here in cornwall, in 2001, hardtalk‘s tim sebastian unseasonable weather. general stefan markovic, of blood across the balkans the winds are easing down interviewed her in belgrade over the last few years, and the rain is edging as her husband awaited trial he said that you write the speeches, its way further eastwards. the clearer skies ahead of it for war crimes in the hague. and that your husband some people are suggesting that are filling with cloud so look at the mass murders, here's another chance memorises and repeats them. instead of denying everything, it's frost free. temperatures five or six degrees. history would look more kindly is that true or not? the forced deportations, rain for northern ireland heading to see that encounter. the rape, the torture across to wales and the and don't believe you — west country. the rain in the south petering out what do you say to those people on your husband if he was to accept thank you very much indeed who don't believe you? for being with us on the programme. to a certain extent. the rain lighter and patchy slobdan milosevic is in the hague, in the afternoon heading some responsibility for the trail into western scotland. facing the most serious of blood that started let me ask you about a quote across the balkans, the trail charge on the planet — genocide. of blood that left hundreds that was attributed to you eastern scotland, eastern here in belgrade, of thousands of people england likely to be dry, in the magazine globus, a lot of cloud around. without their homes, left people his wife protests his innocence. saying that you were angry best of the sunshine raped and tortured and murdered, no, i'm asking questions that towards the east coast with your husband at the elections — and north—eastern parts of scotland. who does she think was responsible he should have asked that history would look more kindly, winds won't be as strong on tuesday for guarantees of safety. are of interest to the public. but still an onshore for the thousands of forced slobodan didn't ask breeze coming into eastern scotland, deportations and the mass murders, if he accepted at least some north—east england. and does she expect her husband for anything, it seems. so a little bit on the chilly side here. one day to come home? did you say that? under cloud, temperatures responsibility for that. typically 12 or 13. the west is responsible a touch higher in the london were you angry with him for all the bodies, mrs markovic — area if it brightens up. that he didn't ask for guarantees after the election? no, is the west responsible? more especially for cornwall mira markovic, what would you say to those people? and devon where we should see some sunshine. more sunshine on wednesday. welcome to the programme. this is a quote in globus you think he'll prove his some mist and fog around innocence at the hague? early on across wales, when you saw your husband magazine attributed to you. west midlands and the south west. recently, in the hague, patchy cloud developing and you celebrated his birthday, and you could just squeeze out a light shower through the east did you tell him that everything midlands towards the south—east of was going to be ok in the end? england. unlucky if you catch those. generally dry, more
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sunshine and more warmth what did you tell him? as temperatures climb to 17 or 18. so, you don't recognise it's set to get warmer over any of these statements at all? the coming few days as well. still high—pressure around scandinavia but we're drawing up our air from central parts of europe. mrs markovic, not only is it warmer has he accepted his fate? but it's also drier, don't you accept any responsibility? so more sunshine around as well. a dry few days and temperatures rising everywhere. whatever the international the peak of the temperatures will be on saturday and it could get criminal court decides it to be, will he accept it? 2a or 25. then starts to cool down a little bit and we may see some rain 00:02:22,560 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 arriving in the north—west. tell me, mrs markovic, was your husband under the impression that he had made a deal with richard holbrooke, he would not be prosecuted by the international tribunal? so, the west is responsible for the mass graves, the west is responsible for the places of internment and torture, the west is responsible for the rape, but he is going to be tried by the tribunal, isn't he? the west is responsible for the forced deportations of tens of thousands of people whatever public opinion across the balkans? has to say about it. people are not going to believe you, mrs markovic. people are not going to believe you.
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they have seen the pictures. but you would accept that the court has been set up with the authority they've seen the forced of the un security council, deportations of people for the first time since the second world war. and your husband accepted that under the dayton agreement, didn't those pictures which he signed in 1995. touch you, as a human being? did they touch you? why does he now say that the court is illegal? mrs markovic, why is that a lie? what he actually signed up to, which is in the dayton agreement, is that the parties agreed to cooperate fully with all entities, including those authorised by the un security council, in investigating and prosecuting war crimes and other violations
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of international humanitarian law. he signed a document, which included that provision. so, why is the court, i ask you, illegal? i am puzzled by your answers. i understood that you wanted to do this interview and you wished to reply to the questions that we, in the name of the bbc, are putting towards you, am i not right in that understanding?
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can we go back to the time in march when your husband was arrested — how worried were you for his safety when he was arrested?
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